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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDKl

iME PRSENS SARKing's Chaplain
CASPRSNSS lW asT IN F H DR MA On Visit In U. so

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"The CliAtr",a p oetcdramow it
four acts by Emile Verhaeren,' will be
presented for the second ti#me by
Mihmes; repertoirc company tornorrowr
and Satnrdlay nights at the Mime~
thwateE NOWscenery, '.ired by[
Otto S chller, 0ofIJWroit, and n chor-I
us selected1(, ironi te Cle 1 du, ~I;
lie added fea tures to0 Cot l)t' the
setting of theplay
The enltire play is wr-itten in blank
versef, and jevei:we ks o1 : pt5Cf rehlears-'
]11,g have lnC'e" necesary to insure the

BOOSTED CLUB EETtNG'I
(Conltillued 1flrol n Pae On6)
V'ijoigan", th1e lflow inl readt1 anC
E;ateiu 11 01 pupoes Vore a Is }
A CREEDI
I ibelieve in the l~niveraid1 of Mich-'
i . n,
The maker of men,
And in icheigan spirit.
Conceived in loyalty and delmoc r.,
And h1"r tvadtitio s
Cher isho d by all her sons.
I believeiltllespirit of' serrice, I
To the University Ind all her activ i~
iti .s.
All these I promfise o 1 Uph ld

AT TRlE THEATERS I
Areade-!Tack Itoht in ":Making
a Mall;", Comedy andc sports
review.
?Majestic:..--"When lKnighthood
Was in F lower;" special rn us-
ical score for enlarged Mlajes-
tic orchestra!
Orplium - Friank MVayo in C
"C.aught l luffing"; comedy
anid news.
Wilerth-Marie Prevost in "Eier!i
ig lt. of Nights;" Snub PQI-

Try Our Business Men's Lunch
11:36 --W:04.-- -65e
JOE PARKER'S
ySPEiCIL ,S..E \)AY DI NNER1,
1{eiinedy's Orchiestra
11:30 --4:00O

HIOTEL ALLE N FL

Is serving a splendid steam and Adv.

NOW S.HOWI7,NG
Here's Isle Achievement of Motion Picture Art

fish supper every evening,

0W M

for your old fountain pen,--
any make or 'condition,-to
apply on a new pen to be se-
lected from the standard

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corrt e Oli <'';1(ifl ,1:1t .:ir ' 1it l- in} the T11o the lbo ;t of my ability, i lard in " Newly PRich;"r'Patheit
Bie; r"i 1h (I V~<lUtI51 e 4For the greatest of all univer ,Iti(1 news
ill 1!)00,:and pr odu7ced thatUyear a (1t.' he _ -MiChia. -
f oyl l teter :in 1ru'Iel..Abut the s*PURPOSES(lI
l.To crew t a ihian Unit willI
ThleaItre do I(t ('L e,t:and te'veSar'-; 1)0 0 een tgreater, stronger andl more ' Stag isW~~
Tae'a ~ hae l eln ilie loyal t 1an the 'Michigan of this' pre<s- iQarrick etrl)-_ "1he
,t, nlar. ltii r,es (pr l. ,ilieatatt i' L ." "& 13 . - #I, with Wag3renhalls and Kemper I
2.ri r7atouh evra thrfro o hbostthe l'Irt iiw t Y ad company.
(IUC g ompnie hae 1Js'I vorlingcomibat all(letractive e (t ,: ....;t,'
ontelic.build Intl not destroy Shubert - Mcia Dtot
3. o mke ~or ys Ito il 'iu- Bonstelie company i "The
Th lyunod eges oyo ((Xi5thO it oSP'V.21 Mehi- ddl Wema~f'3."t
humanmiey teneibya i-
Coltoll a ma aand a dal ^ny. a'h . 1( iii2 tm ltet , 0 >
111011 1Cin thei; l J v & i+i(: ies oneIde:l >+ 'fa. < t ud nts a tvl alutein i fil:,) iar~
whil th grop a a holeI'ltl'tdjV ,.ctivo aci ivity; Whitney --Walter Salni
5n Tolsatia da, ht0 opr a Cho isltUI 0- "Mytile inErin."
i~te and excrst112r1sdeIoniAtn Arbor w jtti tl , 3' o the U'. _l :.:
Carl. Gusk - gad., pla s h'ai i o it a0.te i ni n 1ieel
ofDnMliha zar. tuen1. #=toke,:w t6llo tild~ Ul(W ~t?
ofb fonf,;I ult anld to nikle ttO rseiY '.;S! i(da- ierv !t t;Le r.>
berry,'24 6ward lParnelli '2,5 Il(a letithe!
as 1. tUnderw ood, , '.~, (C',,le.; LltliV -to , 4ll "Tile Schools of Pot-to Rico' I.,,,the
R.son , '2 , W e el a se£mn32;, I h slo e cu rlije .te m l'#o r,
ingstolie, 2a, Weil~~~~~~lea ij 0Yo fi lie ifth lecture co-f La So- i; wh l U iesi 1 l .)r ,
l'ldward iC. Sit r, I;+(>('y " Ver1°2 ; 'A l'iT lbet tior L'ailille, pho- Ihigan under t£''tcltkings; 'i~didIispanica w~liclh will l3& given
'2it, and Robert l. l;:11i'd :I , say . j rpl';fid s'iea rt'i £22 t6'w 8 . To at rengt~lxcn ill Oe heart ot111C h. A. Meaicado, of the Ronce'
th-terpr-unte rm. a.I e '' .'y r*'.i31higa f,,l If) a~a S in-el'sres p ,tIla+uaeipartnct., at 7:20 o'clock
Scuts for the :imrit('.a:lc it)1 "' ivhe Very Zev. Albert Victor Baillie, t.Ciaall things IXfchig""I; l.Ids evening in Tapp,,n hill. The lee-
ing reserved at $L50.'A (i l-c°a '1A ., danof Windlsor and eh;ardin 9. I"TO (lch'siiaaal prc!s 'eve tII?, t ra'e wilbe ilhIst.*'ated and twill be,
Self addre'ssed CiiV!ll)O flliUz .iacoO hing of f'in d~t, haS come 2t'. tra 'ditionls 'alif tdUltoil lot' the Unicl- giveni in Sr'anish.
pany nall mail ordIer:,. t.-1' Uited Slates mainly to) visit l ify~ - - - - - -____
_ _ .IL nsulcircl ,"arb 10. To T ~tiit 'da. i lth tl:d ;)y,
AI'DIEM' VIWON°a1Y SPA R11 tiltere1iar. ortsiiaithip wor hy of Miehigt . .,
['0MFIy ) 4W MO? ;Ill'T ¢ilp_.' . - -._ 11. To create, i;hicin, affil;' M A~
I ~~~~~st'rengthen friendly rd atlons with 0t-.I-;. ,T
-- >)cter (giExItsou ILeetaro.; or unIiverIsities:
(Continued fromt Page Due) ITwo I n yirsity extension lectureis!1.T tmuaei" ac tdn
posh~te f h rhsrl l~ eegvenyc:-;terda y by Doctors a-the (tecsire to cengage in +c; id I:id El
The stagin ;of the Copera was ,u'i-- . 5ui iitO(. i itfl i 1 ' Vif t ooniittea l' 1.3.e ndavr n1.r}pu
nrvised by Wilinl m Nade .iitlshaw lUhlic heat lth ctlio ation. 13r. R t'. 3 T ie(ICS] PtIiAp'
). , , r i 1h-tn g 1tribiut e to)all Mc gnleadl-a.
and reflectedl cre.dit upon)imi. 1l1ai Stithl talked about "Safegualrdl.ing thet era;
auditrium asllevrr inende for Development of Your Daughter" he- 14. To be truie Mhigan men-;
Covent Carden Lmnd so a .tae-e had foreth e Silvxer Creeks Range at At-: i ob o evc o ~ihg
to he imlprovisedl. The ingenious use, gnta. J12 .ianies 'T. Case spoke be- 5. -------------------------i. I.
of curtains ace-onj iphte the desired I tore the Associated celubs at. Colon
result althoug.h .some of the filrnish- , on *"The (Cancer Problem''*: Allp3 nt hItl i brary hem!c c ;
inugs were "LTha'rly reminiscent of the!---- ----*- Ewartt C. Starkl, '24r+ has been ap- SA1 '1
18th century. "Electric cnio;" 1c ~ t~~ioxat pintedl chaJinian 01f the Union library rr Ieu1
d pLI( U1Il inorte and modern uphol- TIwro 1 ek~- i;, ~ he~ I {ccmnitt ee. 'This (-0finiittQ~e'halu
*ed c2la ?ilrn bh1lededill wi;lthohea- raluvte Januar2,iy ime'eting of th(nIcl:arge (sof the reading roofm, indthb,'(U0
tiflle costu _::es. Pi~ such? (t <:i"ls Prescott ('tubl to be hexld at 7: ti1 Oc'(locil nex .5l)dtl)&I' whic:h are filed there. G3.Y4;W outh.
were oon011fordgotIten in the .'?i oyrnen11 .tonight ii roan]13 'tof the fCheIstr~y Ann iArbor
(it the sparkli (in dalogue and the ;bixlding, George GC'rfflnt, presidetnt ? ~- ..-.-- Design
sprig htly musi:c. i(._lcally ei"n!u)gh, of the Michigan Ph la rmacetictal a;DSO- I I-IPN01I
thoe1)st 1muisic was thait 1Ilrloinued ciation, and J . 11. Bebswter, aneniber J__________aH
front "T[he Mag. ;Uic lute":.the "La Dove f' A the Naltionlal Association1 of RetaLiil I All fraternities, organizations .l4)'
Prede"('nt, he uee ofNigt'sDrugiss. I or groups having booths at the
aiofvneneadSrtr' o-J-I-lop are requested to mai, VHTE OU
(ernn _invoca(tin. The enthire scorie. New Poslzige tmp !S Issued as 800on as I)OSSib~tit O, colp lte I 9. .cqI] l 4!«cOhSa
hwvrispretd vih oar-I New isslie' of 25 cent and special1 list of their guests to the .J-Mop 1922rMr O~wr M&=
t i: gay 'ty anIl r; brimfl :of clega.:t, delivery deivryMamopO hve'f fn '( ,eve ly diorMihianDaly
graict.ul meiody Surg to Mr. lrl-eap aebe eevdb dtr ihgnIal.INEW'
i ljb- J. AbboTt, city nostina .t',r, fro m
1115dUHIUL IW~I " <v Ithe departmeltnt ,t WashI61ingtonl. The'
lito ew Special deli very- starm b a
"Da i7 7~'7i, ~ampicture~ of a mtorcyc.' le in place of the
"fly nrda., n eerywwaY, an !Engraved bicyc(le'o-' the recent tye.
ait your service", J14MME, the ad talc- lh tii 1WS O ~ arpo
er al90-d.duction of iNiagar 1.falls. fl A 4k ae .J

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If you do not like the pen
you have, this week is the
time to get rid of it.

Calkins-Fletcher

Drug 4o.

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So. State Street,
ARBOR, MICHI.

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YOU WILL SEE
Settings and gowns of a, magnificent;
beauty never approached. before on
the screen. D~esigned by Joseph Ur-
b~an.
Gaill ant knights clashMing upon .thle
tornecy &fildwhile Hundreds of Ifait
Arm or, Jewels, tpstisof pr iceles,
valnue.
fTe thrilling elopementcf ,the royal
heroine in boy's, lthn with her
loveir, including the:p lep, for life onl
Ihorseback front« aiitbridge.
Flashing swordplayr, the intrigues andI
passions of a -i'ofligate court laid
bare.I'
A spoAt.acular romance of hot, inipet-
uous youth--a old as time, as :fresh
as to-morrow.

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roll i,
r'or°,tland,? Ore.,

JOHN WARD men remem-
ber when the standards of
dress at leading Universities
ran to corduroys and jerseys. The
undergraduate today is the best
dress man in all the country.Taste
in. shoes, for instanse, is most
exacting. The pattern of the~ohn
Ward styles and the volume of
the Johnl Ward business prove it.
The John Ward representativ
displays in:

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oP mnusicai l~ t ~
corned cA
NEA~R FIR. SfAAHftIlS EW $O//C$AND
O)LD FAVOITES-"PUFF O'NYPP/iF°
'NOiTH L-'SPS IFY SI i/L ;' P/tIIRnt7t 'i
;SOME 94AY," VILY 8'4CHLO5 "a nd.
niA/Y OLD 11?/SH All?
Gorgeous Scenic Production
in four acts
Note : -Ac-olunt 0'stof oos t
lttrin, lcength of urranoriun iii."e,8:1
cum-ainrise ni8:1 sharp. No onie
seate(1111di ig lirst .act.

I'llittle Cloak Model who renounced
the Gay Li*fe.

ON TE SAME BILL

GEO. KYER'S
F 51, s (1S+I h
Sl n KqYOk.BQklyzqNewark
Phl.4 Ades o alOrders
12t Dua er-N~lWyrkCitiy

Scu Pliard "eNel ich"

Due to the Insistence of Mr. W. S. Butterfield That Ann Arbor
Folksy be Able to Witness, at REASONABLE PRIC'ES, Thiis Mas-
sive Production Tlat is Seihint in Other Cities at $2.00 Per Seat,
AdnmIssions will be
Every Evening. .. .. .. ...50
Week Day Matinees....25c-35c
(WNar Tax Includled)
IRES ,N TATIONS EVERY DAY
2:00----3.40 -700 --8X45
F'efture starts exa-fly at thesea hotirs. ('euie c early
WM. DE PMILI'E'S.
THE WORLD'S APPLAUSE
wjlrh BE3E All 4k ,LEd 0 il 1 IH YN UHL11s,

COMING SOON

- PRICES -
$1 .104$.65$2.20

"THE SUPER - SEX"9
lec :stony of a Youing Man who knewv
All About Women !

DOUGLAS FARBAK
"R OBIN HOOD"

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